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What is Covered Under Ford Warranty?
September 11, 2017
Along with the purchase of every new Ford vehicle comes a manufacturer warranty. It is designed to help protect your automobile for years to come. Let’s take a look at the some of the most important aspects of the warranty package.
The Bumper-to-Bumper warranty lasts for three years or 36,000 miles. It protects all of the various parts on your vehicle. In the event that a particular component fails during this period, the costs associated with the repair will be covered be Ford.
Like the engine, your vehicle’s transmission and drive system are covered by a Powertrain Warranty. While Ford takes great pride in developing high-quality automobiles, the Powertrain Warranty allows you to travel with an extra peace of mind. It lasts for five years or 60,000 miles.
Available in heavy-duty vehicles like the F-250 Super Duty pickup, Ford’s popular Powerstroke diesel engine is protected by a 100,000-mile warranty. If the engine happens to encounter a problem, a Ford service center will handle the repair work.
Your Ford vehicle’s Safety Restraint System is covered for five years or 60,000 miles. It includes vital security features such as seat belts and airbags.
Ford provides a five-year corrosion warranty for every new vehicle.
A Ford extended warranty simply protects your vehicle for a longer time period. For some drivers, the additional protection proves to be a more than worthy investment.
Keep in mind that a Ford manufacturer warranty does not cover certain things. In order for your original warranty to remain active, you must not make any major modifications to the vehicle. This includes the installation of certain aftermarket parts. Furthermore, the warranty does not cover damage caused by the environment and car accidents. Your warranty also does not include regular maintenance such as oil changes and tire rotations.
For more in-depth information on Ford manufacturer warranties, be sure to contact us at J.C. Lewis Ford of Savannah.